Online Treatment for Sinusitis
If you believe you probably have sinusitis, contact an experienced General Physician for confirmation in minutes.
Our doctors will help look after your health for 7 continuous days, which means a week, from 8 am to 8 pm.
What Sinusitis is?
If you have got severe cold, and the symptoms are not clearing up even after a few weeks, you might be having sinusitis. It is a very common state, which causes swelling in the lining of sinuses, and it is usually due to viral infection.
If bouts of sinusitis prolong, and if they occur particularly every year at the same time, thean this infection is chronic or acute sinusitis. Sinusitis is also confused with flu or cold, and people usually ignore it. However, after upper respiratory tract infection, this infection often occurs.
Symptoms of Sinusitis
Symptoms of sinusitis are same as people experience in flu and cold, so it is often overlooked. If sinusitis is not treated, it can become unpleasant in dealing. In addition to this, it also causes pain in the areas, which are near sinuses. For instances, areas like cheeks, forehead, and nose. Patients of sinusitis may experience:
loss in the sense of smell
In children or babies, these signs can be more severe that causes irritability, nasal voice, and anorexia (loss of appetite)
Treatment for Sinusitis
Sinusitis usually disappears within a few weeks on its own accord, but in serious cases of chronic sinusitis, our doctors prescribe medicines like steroid sprays and antibiotics. If you doubt having sinusitis- do not delay, visit a doctor immediately.
Our General physicians will diagnose the infection, discuss the symptoms, and will prescribe medicines if necessary so that you can feel better.
Causes of Sinusitis
Sinusitis is a very common condition, which causes swelling in the lining of sinuses. Sinusitis is due to viral infection and usually clearclearss up in a few weeks. If the bouts or spots of sinusitis prolong for months on end, you might be having chronic or acute rhinitis (sinusitis). Sinusitis occurs every year at the same time.
It is also the result of fungal or tooth infection, but people usually get sinusitis by flu or cold viruses that are highly contagious.